Library Storytimes provides parents with a wonderful opportunity to introduce young children to the joy of reading. The sessions are approximately 30 minutes and are usually developed around a story or theme.
Together with stories chosen especially for pre-schoolers, the sessions also include music, songs and rhymes. These sessions give children a fun and relaxed start to their reading development before school.
These are equipped for your return with a COVID safe plan in place. These programs are free and run during NSW school terms. Unless indicated, no bookings are required.
Enjoy stories, songs and rhymes at these interactive and educational sessions for carers and children. Enjoy stories, songs and rhymes to help develop early literacy skills.
Monday: Dee Why, Manly*
Tuesday: Dee Why, Forestville, Manly*, Mona Vale
Wednesday: Dee Why, Forestville, Glen Street, Warringah Mall
Thursday: Manly*, Mona Vale, Warringah Mall
Friday: Dee Why, Glen Street, Manly*
Age: 18 months to school age
This is a lap sit program especially designed for carers and babies up to 18 months. Learn songs and rhymes in a group setting that you can use at home with bub to help develop early literacy skills.
Tuesday: Warringah Mall
Wednesday: Manly*, Mona Vale
Thursday: Dee Why, Forestville, Glen Street
Age: up to 18 months
* Due to high demand at this location, two 20 minute sessions are run back to back from 10am. Tickets are required and are available from the front counter on the morning on the day of the program.